RAPID + TCT 2019 Attendees Get Look at the New Metrology Grade 3D Scanning Laser Tracker from Hexagon
Hexagon Thought Leader and Speaker Covers their "3D in the D" Scanning Projects Coordinated by SME20 May 2019
Hexagon also participated in the SME “3D in the D” Scanning event in Detroit, an exciting project that engaged technology leaders to scan of objects of interest in Detroit from landmark sculptures to historic buildings. One of Hexagon's projects was to scan a large tiger sculpture at Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers. The nine tiger sculptures guarding the stadium have an average height of 12 ft at the shoulder, with the largest at 15 ft. A video of the Tiger scan project and the resulting scan data from the ATS600 can be found HERE.
“Hexagon’s involvement in SME’s ‘3D in the D’ scanning project showcases the cutting-edge ways they’re shaping smart changes in the manufacturing industry,” said Maria Conrado, senior event manger, RAPID + TCT Series, SME. “We’re proud to work with Hexagon in advancing and increasing the adoption of additive technology.”
Hexagon thought leader Joel Martin, Product Manager of the Laser Tracker product line, will present Laser Scanning from Macro to Micro: What to Use, Where and Why on Wednesday, May 22, at 2PM in the AM Technical Insights Forum track. He will detail the diverse landscape of scanning challenges to ultimately produce a 3D point cloud of the tiger sculpture. This informative session gives attendees a hands-on opportunity to address the larger question of “what scanning technology should I use and why?”
In Martin's presentation, he will share his experiences covering a range of technologies used to scan items of varying size and detail from a modern-day production vehicle to the Michigan Central Station, a former, historic intercity passenger rail depot in Detroit. He will highlight why each scan was performed with the corresponding technology, and expand into other potential solutions that could have been utilized for the tasks at hand. This presentation is designed to shed light on why all these different scanning solutions exist, the when and why they should used, and the end result of each scanning technology.
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